The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1948 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 22, 1948
Page 10
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2-Algena De» Tuesday, June 22, 1948 Chicago Coiiple Speak Vows At lii Verne, Sunday Lu Verne — The wedding of Miss Eunice EJuewer and Ever- fitt Loo, both pf'; lChic!agd,Vtook t>!ace at 7 p. m. Saturday even- ine, June 12, at the Zion Evangelical Lutheran church here. The ceremony .was performed by the Rev. Ijewis- Wittenberg. The attendants wore Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wittenberg of Springfield, 111. tiadinc Wittenberg • played tht? processional and rc- • c'cssional and accompanied Ken- 'noth Wittenberg,, who sang a solo. Miss Duewer is .a niece of Mrs. Wittenberg. Following the-ceremony a r rcption was-held in the Wittenberg home...Out of town guests wore Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolf '.>( Vort Dodge. The young couple then left on a honeymoon trip to California. Good Will Club Mel The Good Will club met at the home of Emma Krause Thursday afternoon, Juno 17, with a crood attendance and one guest. Mrs. George ;W,eg'ner of .Albert Lea, Minn., prfesent. -Mrs.. Clarence Krause was., 'assistant.'hostess. • The entertainment committee Mrs. Otter-Ramtis," and Mrs. Bert Putzstuck conducted games and written Lunch was served. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Fred Len?.. Thursday, July 15. day. Attending were her sons, Andrew, Clarence and Harold Nielsen and families, her daughters, Mr. and Mrs, Walter Kngel and Meredith, Marie Hunt and son Edwin, her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Eager and son Elmer. She received many gifts and Mrs. Harold Nielsen baked a lovely birthday cake with 71 candles. Drive to Chicago . ;. Messrs. Joseph L. Lichty arid Fred G. Hagiit drove into Chicago Tuesday] Mr. Lichty will visit his two daughters, Mrs. William McCall and Mrs. Ferguson McCall and brothers Don Lichty and Lee Lichty and Mr. Hagist will visit his daughter Mrs. Katherine Crocker and son Orbin Hagist. < Methodist Circles The three Circles of the Womans Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church met on .Wednesday, June 16. Circle 1 met at the home of Mrs. Edward Hof with a good attendance. Devotions were led by Mrs. C. P. Sorenson and the lesson was given by Mrs. John Voss Sr. Circle 2 met at the home of Mrs. Carl Swahson with Mrs.'Alyin Weber assistant hostess. Devotions were New Music Teacher Marvin Rohm of- Decorah has signed his conlraci to teach musci in the LuVerne school for the coming year. Mr. Rohm met with the band Wednesday evening for a rehearsal prior to their appearance at the North Iowa Music Festival held in Mason City Tuesday, June 22. Has 71st Birthday Mrs. Aksel Nielsen was pleasantly surprised at her home Thursday evening,. June 17. on the occasion of her 71st birth- YOU'LL PRIMA-BI5MARCK BRCWING CO. CHICAGO. III. PISTBIBUTED BY Century Pisiurbuting Co. 692 Twelfth St. S. E. j Mason City. Iowa .. led by Mrs. John Tiss and lesson was given by Mrs. Fred Zwiofel. .They voted to hold a food and baked goods sale Saturday ovcn- ng at 7:30 p. m., July 10. Crele 3 met with Mrs. Geo. Wolfe with Mrs. Alice Anderson, assistant hostess. Roll call was given on "How I would like to spend my vacation". Devotions were led by Mrs. Earl Detmering and lesson was given J3y Mrs. Harold Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Konarska. Richard and Christine, of Earlham , la., \vt-re guests the past week of Mr. Konarska'a sister, Mrs. Wilson Legler and family. Mr. Konarska spent Friday in Marshalltown attending a state-wide meeting for all Shrin- ers. Mrs. Karl Gates of Crystal Lake spent a few days the past week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bage and also her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bage. Richard Gronbach spent the past two weeks visiting at the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Berryhill at Superior, Wis. Mrs. Roger Bauls of St. Paul, Minn., is spending a few days at the home of her mother, Mrs. ^mma Schmidt- .and .brother Johnny. Freda Pergande, who is employed in LeMars, is -spending her vacation at .the home e-f her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Pergande. LeRoy Hanselman and daughter Glenda, Mr. and Mrs. -Earl Hanselman and family, Mrs. An- na'Hanselman, Mrs. Fred Hinz Jr., Florence and Joan Hinz went, to Fort-vDbdge Sunday to attend the confirmation of Lora Mae Christensen,,daughter of Mr. , and Mrs. Harley Christensen. Mrs. Lyle Powell .of Yale visited Tuesday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. McClellan. Recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Larimer were their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Larimer of Des Moines and their grandson and wife, Mr. "and T$fS. Rifsscll Courtney .of Ames. The Rev. and Mrs. L. Wittenberg attended a pastoral conler- ence at Geirnor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter 'Ruger and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller spent the past week fishing at Pequot Lake, Minn. Mrs. Mabel Thompson, accom*- naniod her son -and daughter : in- law, Mr. and Mrs. MWle Thompson' to their home in Madison, Wis., Thursday, for a week's visit. The Rev. and Mrs. L. Wittenberg attended a party at the Lutheran church near Humboldt. Donald and Jean Haller of Long Beach, Calif., were recent guests at the home of theri aunt and family, Albert Genrich and cousins. Mi\ and Mrs. Stanley Genrich, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seymour and family • of Madison. Neb. were over ni^ht guests Friday at the Julius Studor home. Mr. and Mrs. George Frantz received word from fo)de that a son was horn in tl» Lutheran I in Fort Dodge Sunday to their son-in-law and daughter Mr. ,-ind »Mrs. Harold Johnson. They named the baby Roger Harold.' Mr. oncl Mrs. Louis Block' are the parents of a 7-lb. babv girl horn nt the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dock'-r. Monday afternoon. Juno 14. This is their first child and has been named Paula Maxine. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Broadie of Granger visited from Monday until Thursday with their son-in-. Uivv and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson. J. O. Marty spent the first of the week in Chicago. He sent cattle in by truck. Mr. and'Mrs. C. F. Webb of Hitrhmore, S. D.. were guests 'Thursday of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Hanselman. The Rev. and Mrs. P. H. Beckman and famly of Gilbert called on friends he-re Wednesday. They Hist moved recently from Lu- Verne. The Rev. Beckman was former pastor of the Evangelical United Brethren church. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Patton moved their household foods here from Alexandria, Minn., Monday and have rented the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mover. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Wagner spent Wednesday fishing at Lost Island lake. Mrs. F. I. Chapman and Mrs. Jon Nelson attended the Flag Day picnic of the Daughters of the American Revolution at Algona. Tuesday. Robert Hardcopf left the past week for Priest River, Idaho, where he will attend the eight- week session of the Iowa Slate Forestry camp. Robert, son of. , Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf, attened the Iowa Sta,tc. : college at ..Ames the pasT year! "-•'..'•'•' --Mrs.- Gh^ii'£ia^-SrmtK?>«Si$ft) has spent the past nine months in Hardy caring for Mrs. Mamie Smith is now at her home here. Friday morning she went to Algona to visit her brother-in-law r>nd sister, Mr. vand Mrs. James McGee. Mrs. Albert Nielsen has been a patknt at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge the past ten davs, where she underwent a major operation. ILVE 1847 ROGERS 52 Piece Service 75 COMMUNITY PLATE 52 Piece Service ^mn^^tf^m^M ^fcg ^F GIFTS-WATCHES-WATCH REPAIR ^••i:, ; : : B-:f:i|;s|i|?:fg;i|| $ /^Sllillli ^nwr/~:8&vi You May Use Our Easy Payment Plans Bjustrom Department Offers Savings on Fumitui4 df A Traditional ' 'vv;-..Ndreorrt ; Of;:;; x' : -; Rare Chami ( I ' ' t- ,'.'.' I . 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